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The Pakistan YouTube Outage Explained; As we reported over the weekend, Pakistan Telecom broadcasted a false claim that it was correct route for address in YouTube’s network space. This type of problem actually occurs more than you’d think. (CNET) Digital Hoops News; Break.com gets NBA highlights […]

The Pakistan YouTube Outage Explained; As we reported over the weekend, Pakistan Telecom broadcasted a false claim that it was correct route for address in YouTube’s network space. This type of problem actually occurs more than you’d think. (CNET)

Digital Hoops News; Break.com gets NBA highlights section while CBS to provide March Madness highlights package for HD VOD. Also, from CBS earnings: “this year’s March Madness streaming will reap $21 million in ad revenue — up from $4 million last year, and $250k in revenue in 2005, the first year of streaming the event.” (Break: emailed release; CBS: Broadcasting and Cable, Silicon Alley Insider)

Dailymotion Adds Copyright Detection; video sharing site to implement INA’s digital fingerprint technology to automatically block illegal content. (release)

Ripe Digital Lines Up Three New Series; Ross McCall and Aaron Peters to create Model Dating: Hawaii, Are You In? and The One. (The Hollywood Reporter — beware the annoying autoplay video.)

quarterlife Premieres on TV Today; choice quote from The LA Times review: “It really is the most vanilla group of twentysomethings in captivity, a faraway kingdom of young people dreamed up by folks who haven’t been twenty-anything for a very long time.” (The Los Angeles Times)

SellPoint Raises $7 Million; provider of on-demand video product tours pulls in Series C Round from Granite Ventures, LLC and previous investor Menlo Ventures LLC.. (peHUB)

PBS Stars to Help you Fix “This OldTeeVee”; Kevin O’Connor and Norm Abram of This Old House to appear in educational spots about the digital TV switch. (Variety)

  1. That’s some jump in ad revenue for CBS. I’m sure other media conglomerates will follow there lead to the web. It’s inevitable.

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